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Daniel J O'Callaghan

from Fairfax Station, VA
Age ~64

Daniel O'Callaghan Phones & Addresses

  • 11118 Robert Carter Rd, Fairfax Station, VA 22039 (703) 764-5350
  • Fairfax, VA
  • Front Royal, VA
  • Southbury, CT
  • Springfield, WV
  • Fairfax Sta, VA
  • Greenville, NC
  • Pearl River, NY

Work

Company: Verizon Mar 2002 to Aug 2013 Address: 22001 Loudoun County Pkwy, Ashburn, VA 20147 Position: Fellow

Skills

IPTV • IP • VoIP • MPEG2 • MPEG • Streaming Media • Drm • Set Top Box • Television • Standardization • Sonet • Network Architecture • Telecommunications • Wireless • Mobile Devices • Product Management • DRM • SDH • Video • Interactive TV • ATM networks • VOD • Integration • Digital Video • Digital TV • QoS • Ethernet • DSL • Optical Fiber • Broadband • TCP/IP • Fiber Optics • System Architecture • Standards Development • Testing • SIP

Awards

ATIS Presidents Award 2007 • Verizon Service Organization Excellence ... • Bell Atlantic Excellence award 1999-2000

Interests

I enjoy shooting sports such as skeet, t...

Industries

Telecommunications

Resumes

Resumes

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Principal Member Of Technical Staff

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Position:
Fellow at Verizon
Location:
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry:
Telecommunications
Work:
Verizon - 22001 Loudoun County Pkwy, Ashburn, VA 20147 since Mar 2002
Fellow

ATIS IPTV Interoperability Forum (IIF) Mar 2010 - Apr 2012
Vice Chair

ATIS IPTV Interoperability Forum (IIF) Sep 2005 - Mar 2010
Chairman

Cambrian Communications Mar 2000 - Mar 2002
Executive Director, Network Architecture

Tele TV 1995 - 1998
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Skills:
IPTV
IP
VoIP
MPEG2
MPEG
Streaming Media
Drm
Set Top Box
Television
Standardization
Sonet
Network Architecture
Telecommunications
Wireless
Mobile Devices
Product Management
DRM
SDH
Video
Interactive TV
ATM networks
VOD
Integration
Digital Video
Digital TV
QoS
Ethernet
DSL
Optical Fiber
Broadband
TCP/IP
Fiber Optics
System Architecture
Standards Development
Testing
SIP
Interests:
I enjoy shooting sports such as skeet, trap and pistol bullseye marksmanship
Honor & Awards:
ATIS Presidents Award 2007 Verizon Service Organization Excellence Award 2007 Bell Atlantic Excellence award 1999-2000

Publications

Us Patents

Two-Dimensional Navigation Of Multiplexed Channels In A Digital Video Distribution System

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US Patent:
7561214, Jul 14, 2009
Filed:
Nov 4, 1997
Appl. No.:
08/963944
Inventors:
Daniel O'Callaghan - Fairfax Station VA,
Assignee:
Bell Atlantic Entertainment Group and Information Services Group, Inc. - New York NY
International Classification:
H04N 5/50
H04N 5/44
US Classification:
348731, 348569, 348734
Abstract:
Two-dimensional channel navigation techniques for use in a video distribution system in which broadcast providers each transmit an anchor channel. Some of the broadcast providers may transmit the anchor channel as a single HDTV channel, while the others transmit a set of multiplexed channels including an anchor channel and one or more associated multiplex channels. A receiver which receives the anchor channels and any associated multiplex channels generates an on-screen display which indicates to a viewer the multiplex channels, if any, associated with a currently-selected anchor channel. The on-screen display includes a multiplex indicator with a series of icons, each of the icons representing a particular one of the multiplex channels associated with the currently-selected anchor channel. Each of the icons may be configured to provide an indication of the program content which may be found on the associated multiplex channel. The viewer presses channel right or channel left keys on a remote control or other channel selection device to sequence horizontally through the multiplex channels associated with the selected anchor channel, and uses channel up and down keys to sequence vertically through the anchor channels of the various broadcast providers.

Methods And Systems For Implementing A Universal Set Top Box

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US Patent:
7978979, Jul 12, 2011
Filed:
Aug 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/896417
Inventors:
Daniel J. O'Callaghan - Fairfax Station VA,
Assignee:
Verizon Patent and Licensing Inc. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04B 10/20
H04B 10/00
US Classification:
398106, 398 58, 398107
Abstract:
A system is disclosed. The system has a first receiver, a second receiver, and an input device configured to transmit a command signal in response to user input. The system also has an input waveguide having a first end in communication with the input device and terminating at the first receiver, and a second end in communication with the second receiver. The input waveguide is arranged to receive and route the command signal to the second receiver. The system also has an output waveguide having a first end in communication with the first receiver, and a second end in communication with the second receive. The second receiver is configured to determine whether the command signal is directed to the first receiver and/or the second receiver based a code contained in the command signal. The second receiver is further configured to execute the command signal when it is determined that the command signal is directed to the second receiver, and relay the command signal through the output waveguide to the first receiver for execution when it is determined that the command signal is directed to the first receiver.

Methods And Systems For Implementing A Universal Set Top Box

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US Patent:
8433197, Apr 30, 2013
Filed:
Jul 8, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/179233
Inventors:
Daniel J. O'Callaghan - Fairfax Station VA,
Assignee:
Verizon Patent and Licensing Inc. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04B 10/00
US Classification:
398110, 398106
Abstract:
A system is disclosed. The system has a first receiver, a second receiver, and an input device configured to transmit a command signal in response to user input. The system also has an input waveguide having a first end in communication with the input device and terminating at the first receiver, and a second end in communication with the second receiver. The input waveguide is arranged to receive and route the command signal to the second receiver. The system also has an output waveguide having a first end in communication with the first receiver, and a second end in communication with the second receive. The second receiver is configured to determine whether the command signal is directed to the first receiver and/or the second receiver based a code contained in the command signal. The second receiver is further configured to execute the command signal when it is determined that the command signal is directed to the second receiver, and relay the command signal through the output waveguide to the first receiver for execution when it is determined that the command signal is directed to the first receiver.

Adaptive Video Quality Substitution

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US Patent:
20120131601, May 24, 2012
Filed:
Nov 23, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/953260
Inventors:
David E. MCDYSAN - Great Falls VA,
Daniel J. O'CALLAGHAN - Fairfax Station VA,
Stevan H. LEIDEN - Norwood MA,
Douglas M. PASKO - Bridgewater NJ,
John E. RATHKE - Southborough MA,
Assignee:
VERIZON PATENT AND LICENSING INC. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04N 7/173
H04N 7/16
US Classification:
725 1, 725 95, 725 28
Abstract:
A computing device, in a video content delivery network, intercepts requested video content prior to delivery of the requested video content to a customer premise device of the network, and receives subscription and authentication information of a customer associated with the customer premise device. The computing device receives video content provider information, and validates the requested video content based on the subscription and authentication information and the video content provider information. The computing device receives capability information associated with the customer premise device, and receives bandwidth information associated with the network. The computing device determines a quality of video content, to provide to the customer premise device, based on the customer premise device capability information and the network bandwidth information, and provides, to the customer premise device, video content with the determined quality.

Hybrid Video Selection, Delivery, And Caching

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US Patent:
20120131622, May 24, 2012
Filed:
Nov 23, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/953238
Inventors:
David E. MCDYSAN - Great Falls VA,
Daniel J. O'CALLAGHAN - Fairfax Station VA,
Stevan H. LEIDEN - Norwood MA,
Douglas M. PASKO - Bridgewater NJ,
John E. RATHKE - Southborough MA,
Assignee:
VERIZON PATENT AND LICENSING INC. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04N 7/173
US Classification:
725 95, 725 93, 725 97
Abstract:
One or more devices, in a video content delivery network, store video content for one or more customer premise devices in a hierarchical storage, and provide real time video content from the hierarchical storage, via multicast or unicast, to the one or more customer premise devices. The one or more devices also provide non-real time video content from the hierarchical storage to the one or more customer premise devices during idle time periods associated with the network. The one or more devices further establish a license with the one or more customer premise devices to view video content in multiple formats, and establish a license with the one or more customer premise devices to view video content via multiple customer premise devices.

Under-The-Bottom Time-Shifted Delivery Of Video Content

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US Patent:
20120131623, May 24, 2012
Filed:
Nov 23, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/953209
Inventors:
David E. MCDYSAN - Great Falls VA,
Daniel J. O'CALLAGHAN - Fairfax Station VA,
Stevan H. LEIDEN - Norwood MA,
Douglas M. PASKO - Bridgewater NJ,
John E. RATHKE - Southborough MA,
Assignee:
VERIZON PATENT AND LICENSING INC. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04N 7/173
US Classification:
725 97, 725 93
Abstract:
One or more devices, in a video content delivery network, provide real time video content to one or more devices located at a customer premise. The one or more devices also provide non-real time video content to at least one of the customer premise devices during idle time periods associated with the network and using lower effort Internet protocol (IP) transport. The non-real time video content may be broadcast, at a time after the idle time periods, by at least one of the customer premise devices.

Displaying Encoded Video Content Via A Display Adapter

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US Patent:
20120159531, Jun 21, 2012
Filed:
Dec 17, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/971553
Inventors:
Daniel J. O'CALLAGHAN - Fairfax Station VA,
Assignee:
VERIZON PATENT AND LICENSING INC. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04N 7/16
US Classification:
725 25
Abstract:
A device receives, from a user device, a request to subscribe to a video content service, and receives privileges and a list of authorized users associated with the user device. The device also registers the user device based on the request to subscribe and based on the privileges associated with the user device, and receives a request to register applications associated with the user device. The device further registers, based on the request to register, the applications associated with the user device, and provides, to the user device, at least one registered display adapter that is capable of being used by the user device to display encoded video content.

Muting And Un-Muting User Devices

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US Patent:
20130051543, Feb 28, 2013
Filed:
Aug 25, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/217765
Inventors:
David E. MCDYSAN - Great Falls VA,
Stevan H. LEIDEN - Norwood MA,
Daniel J. O'CALLAGHAN - Fairfax Station VA,
Douglas M. PASKO - Bridgewater NJ,
John Edward RATHKE - Southborough MA,
Naseem A. KHAN - Oak Hill VA,
Assignee:
Verizon Patent and Licensing Inc. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04M 3/42
US Classification:
37920201
Abstract:
A device is configured to determine that the user device is participating in a conference call with a plurality of other user devices; determine that the user device is muted during the conference call; receive a first sound from the user device while the user device is muted; recognize that the first sound matches a vocal pattern of a user associated with the user device; and un-mute the user device after recognizing that the first sound matches the vocal pattern.

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Daniel O'callaghan

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Irish Sinn Féin politician • Politician from County Cork

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Daniel O'callaghan

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Dail member

Education:

He was elected as a Labour Party Teachta Dála ( TD ) to the Third Dáil at the Irish general election, 1922 for the Wexford ( Dáil Éireann constituency ).

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Labour Party of Ireland politician

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